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Folic Acid | Overview | Use of Medicine | Dosage | Side Effects | Warnings

Folic Acid | Overview | Use of Medicine | Dosage | Side Effects | Warnings

The vitamin derives its name from the Latin word folium, leaf. It stimulates the production of red blood cells (RBCs). Folic Acid is composed of a pteridine heterocycle, para-aminobenzoic acid, and glutamic acid. Various forms of it are present in a variety of plant and animal tissues. It was first isolated from spinach leaves where Folic Acid is now known to occur in relatively minute amounts compared to other food sources. Folic Acid is found in a wide variety of foods, with its highest content being found in yeast, liver, and green vegetables. ***Disclaimer *** The information provided in this YouTube Channel (AI - Medical School) is neither intended nor implied to substitute professional medical advice and is provided for educational purpose only, without any guarantee of accuracy. you should not use the information in this YouTube Channel or the information linked, to diagnose or treat a health problem without consulting with a qualified healthcare professional. if you undertake any treatment methods displayed in this YouTube Channel without a medical professional's supervision, solely you and entirely will be responsible for the outcomes. Neither AI - Medical School YouTube Channel nor anyone related to this Channel can be held responsible for your actions or any conditions resulting thereof. AI-Medical School

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